Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

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The investigation aims to determine whether Goldman Sachs, the company, made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose information that is important to investors. This comes after the Wall Street Journal published an article on January 20, 2023, titled “U.S. Fed probes Goldman Sachs consumer business,” which stated that the Federal Reserve is investigating whether Goldman Sachs had appropriate safeguards in place as it increased lending through its consumer business, Marcus. The Fed is specifically concerned about whether the bank had proper monitoring and control systems in place as Marcus grew in size. The investigation, which began as a standard review in 2021, is also looking into instances of customer harm and if they were adequately resolved.